Christmas Day

Christmas morning was magical. Just the way it’s supposed to be.

Santa left a Lego train and it was a sight to see. We had put together all the kids other Lego sets the day before and it made a really fun Lego town across the living room. When Kaden woke up and saw the train set he said nothing and just looked and looked at it and smiled πŸ™‚DSC_0053DSC_0119Stocking stuffers are the best.DSC_0075DSC_0281Santa brought sister a Lego castle.DSC_0247But her favorites were her fruit pouches & banana puffs.DSC_0319DSC_0347 Watching the Disney Christmas Day Parade.DSC_0359 This is the way to watch, you know.DSC_0370Over to Mimi’s house for Christmas, round 2 (or 3?)DSC_0443 DSC_0459DSC_0513DSC_0482DSC_0540DSC_0568DSC_0575DSC_0594 DSC_0602baby’s first Toms.DSC_0609DSC_0642 DSC_0661DSC_0774Shutterfly books are one of my very favorite gifts to give. It’s nice to stop and think on Christmas, one of the most special days of the year, how special the rest of the year really is too.
DSC_0789 DSC_0796Christmas dinner.DSC_0810Alia ditched us to sit on the rug by herself.DSC_0816 Until Faithy bribed her back to the table by giving up her chair πŸ˜‰DSC_0844After dinner naps.DSC_0863The last gift was a play kitchen for both of the babies. They loved it <3
DSC_0903 DSC_0910She really wanted some water to come out of that little faucet πŸ™‚DSC_0948 DSC_0163DSC_0973DSC_0039DSC_0125DSC_0249Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!!!


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